Four different models of the G37 remain on offer: Base, Journey, Sport, and the G37x AWD. Base models have power driver and passenger power seats, in addition to a long list of popular features. The Journey model now gets more tech features, including a Bluetooth hands-free interface, a rearview monitor, and heated seats and mirrors, plus dual-zone climate control.
From the Journey, you can add any number of tech options, including Adaptive Front Lighting and the Intelligent Cruise Control with a Preview Braking safety feature. Features added for 2010 include a new audiophile Infiniti Studio on Wheels system by Bose. Also available is a new Advanced Climate Control System (ACCS), which purifies inside air and automatically shuts off outside air when exhaust fumes are detected.
Kelley Blue Book says that all G37 Sedan models are "exceptionally well appointed," with the reviewer pointing out the long list of power accessories and steering-wheel controls. Other major positives for the interior include, according to ConsumerGuide, "the navigation system itself is refreshingly easy to use, and many audio and climate functions are separate from it." Edmunds also raves about the optional navigation system, which is "one of the best [they've] encountered, with intuitive controls and a clear and attractive display." Both of those comments regard the 2009 model, but for 2010, the system includes a higher-resolution screen, Zagat restaurant ratings and reviews, XM Weather and XM NavTraffic, and live rerouting.
Kelley Blue Book lists some of the other optional features as the Premium Package, which tacks on a "moonroof, Bose audio system, power tilt and telescoping steering column, Bluetooth and more," while the Technology Package brings "Intelligent Cruise Control [and] adaptive front lighting" to the mix. New with the Premium package for 2010 is 2GB of flash music storage, and the navigation system now includes Bluetooth A2DP audio streaming along with the 9.3GB Music Hard Drive.
2010 Infiniti G37 Sedan Sport models also include a Viscous Limited Slip Differential, in addition to a host of track-worthy upgrades like larger vented disc brakes, sport steering gear, W-rated performance tires, and more aggressively bolstered sport seats with active head restraints and thigh extensions.